Since 2016, Gustavo Dias-Vallejo has been delivering
workshops and teaching performance-related subjects in professional, educational and community contexts.
His teaching practice/experience
ranges from general introductory approaches to acting (Stanislavski, Lecoq, Meisner) to
specific practices such as devising techniques, physical theatre, maskwork, working with objects, autobiographical work and contemporary performance making. He also facilitates workshops related to theatre directing, dramaturgy and social/community theatre (he is currently collaborating with Torriano Meeting House and facilitating drama workshops for refugees & asylum seekers in North London).
Throughout the years he has worked in drama schools, community centres and higher education institutions and has collaborated with artists and companies as acting coach and script/show consultant in and outside the UK.
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Find below a list with recent teacher/facilitator work:
Acting Tutor, Identity School of Acting (current)
The Actor-Creator Workshop, The Cockpit Theatre (2022)
Performance Workshop, Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company (2022)
Performing Arts Lecturer, Croydon College (2020-21)
Visiting Lecturer: “Acting Methodologies”, University of Northampton(2019-2020)
Visiting Lecturer: “Introduction to Performance Practice”, Middlesex University - London(2019)
Workshop: “Presence & creativity in the actors work”, Kaddu Yaraax Theatre Centre - Dakar, Senegal(2019)
Facilitator: “Children’s Theatre Courses I & II”, Angel Shed Theatre Company, City & Islington College - London(2019-2020)
Workshop: “Elements of Theatre”, The Older People’s Project, Kentish Town Community Centre - London(2019)
Workshop: “And then what? An Introduction to Devising Processes for Post-Dramatic Theatre”, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama - London(2019)
Workshop: “The Actor and the Object: An Encounter”, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama - London(2018)